Paediatric Nephro-Urology module

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Paediatric Nephro-Urology module

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The paediatric nephro-urology course is a primarily virtual module. It consists of four core learning blocks with two additional optional learning blocks.

The focus of this course is to deepen the students understanding of the pathology and pathophysiology of childhood nephro- urological conditions. Current treatment modalities and their implications in practice will be explored.

Students will further develop their clinical skills within the field of nephro- urology, and will be supported to critically analyse current research to assess and manage these patients.

Through an interactive and vibrant learning environment, students will explore the psychosocial impacts of children and their families living with a nephro-urological condition.

Target audience and entry criteria

This module is aimed towards nurses wishing to further develop their nephrology and urology skills. Learners must currently work in an area that cares for Paediatric nephro- urological patients.

Programme

There are 6 learning blocks attached to this module, 4 of which all students must engage with. Blocks 5 and 6 are optional as not all learners may work in an area that provides dialysis - this will need to be discussed with the course leader prior to the start of the course.

Each block will include two virtual ‘Live’ half day sessions where the learner will delve further into their learning:

Learning block 1

Block one will focus on the anatomy and physiology of the renal system, deepen the learners understanding of fluid balance and blood pressure management and explore the aetiology of renal failure. This block will also explore renal and urology nutrition.

  • Self-study time-frame: 24.01.22 - 07.02.22
  • Live half day dates (online session with group): 25.01.22 and 03.02.22

Learning block 2

Building from learning block 1, we will explore common renal conditions. The pharmacological options for treatment will be discussed. We will spend time exploring the psychosocial implications of living with a long term condition. The learner will develop assessment and leadership skills in managing these patients.

  • Self-study time-frame: 21.02.22-07.03.22
  • Live half day dates (online session with group): 24.02.22 and 03.03.22

Learning block 3

This two week block will cover the fundamentals of urology. Embryology and development of the urinary system, management of congenital conditions and reconstructive surgery.

  • Self-study time-frame: 21.03.22-04.04.22
  • Live half day dates (online session with group): 24.03.22 and 31.03.22

Learning block 4

Building on Block 3 we will critically analyse bladder function and dysfunction ,focusing on the role of video urodynamics . Catheter care will be explored: options for bladder drainage in the short and long-term. Ongoing support of the child requiring catheterisation including teaching and trouble shooting.

  • Self-study time-frame: 19.04.22-02.05.22
  • Live half day dates (online session with group): 22.04.22 and 29.04.22

Learning block 5 (optional, to be discussed with course lead)

Peritoneal Dialysis workshop

  • Self-study time-frame: 16.05.22-30.05.22
  • Live half day dates (online session with group): TBC

Learning block 6 (optional, to be discussed with course lead)

Haemodialysis and transplant workshop

  • Self-study time-frame: 13.06.22-27.06.22
  • Live half day dates (online session with group): TBC

Kings College London credits

This module is a stand-alone module, however there is the option to gain credits by completing a work based learning module through Kings College London (Level 6/7). This will incur an additional cost payable to Kings College.

Work Based Module link: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/short-courses/work-based-learning-double-module-6knim605

Please contact Liz Moore, course lead if you would like to know more on how these modules interlink with one another.

Fees and payment

Fees

  • External fee: £900.00
  • Internal fee (ELCH/GSTT/Brompton): Free

NOTE: Internals must use promo code to access tickets, contact course lead to discuss first before applying.

Payment

Instructions for externals who have selected the invoice option

If you selected the invoice option at booking, please download and complete one of the following booking forms below:

  • Download a one of the following booking forms:
  1. Booking form for individual booking
  2. Booking form for group booking
  • Complete the booking agreement form
  • Return form to EvelinaEducation@gstt.nhs.uk

Candidates choosing the 'invoice option' will be reserved until the relevant booking form is returned to EvelinaEducation@gstt.nhs.uk

We reserve the right to cancel your booking if you do not return your completed form prior to the event.

Module queries

Elizabeth (Liz) Moore, Clinical Educator, Evelina London

Email: Elizabeth.Moore@gstt.nhs.uk

Booking queries

Jenna Heath, Evelina Education team

Email: EvelinaEducation@gstt.nhs.uk

Tel: 020 718 80853 / 07785994659

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Organiser Evelina London

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Evelina London is part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and includes both the services in Evelina London Children’s Hospital and our children’s services in the community.

We offer a unique range of services from antenatal diagnosis through to childhood, into adolescence and on, into adult life.

Children's services at Evelina London are located alongside St Thomas' Hospital, but we also provide care to young patients in the Lambeth and Southwark community.

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